- There is Bonum
- Jucundum, good pleasing.
- Vtile, good profitable.
1. There is a Pleasing good, that pleaseth our Na∣tures, and delights our Senses.
2. There is a Profitable good; And we must know this, that things may be pleasingly good, that are not profitably good. Things may be toothsome, that are not wholesome. A man in the Fit of an Ague, knows, Drinking much would be a pleasing good to him, when the Physitian knows, it would Page 6 not be a profitable good and so denyeth it.
Now the proposition is to be understood of the latter, not of the former. Every man knoweth what is a pleasing good. He knoweth, (as it is said of Issachar) Rest is good, and Health is good; but he knows not what is a profitable good for man.